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Submitted by Cyrus365 2420d ago | review

Telegraph: 100 Classic Book Collection Review

Telegraph writes: "What an ubiquitous machine the DS is. Not satisfied with being a terrific games system, cookbook and, er, pedometer, Nintendo's hand-held can now add e-reader to its impressive arsenal. The question is, of course, does it work?

With the official backing of HarperCollins, 100 Classic Book Collection offers exactly what you'd expect and, perhaps disappointingly, little more than that. The 100 literary classics take in books from the 1700s through to the early 20th century. The author list reading like a veritable who's who of GCSE English Literature: Jules Verne, Robert Louis Stevenson, Dickens, the Bronte sisters and Shakespeare- lots and lots of Shakespeare." (100 Classic Book Collection, Nintendo DS) -

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